Noah Silver Net Worth

Noah Silver was born, is Actor. Born in Miami, Florida to an American father and a French mother, Noah moved with his family to France when he was 4 years old. At age 16 he graduated from Lycée François Premier in Fontainebleau, France, and was accepted by the University of Pennsylvania. He deferred his arrival at UPenn for 2 years so he could concentrate on his acting career, which had begun when he was 14. Alternating between semesters at UPenn and professional projects, he is (in the autumn of 2017) on leave of absence from UPenn, and living in Los Angeles. Being bi-lingual, and having dual citizenship, Noah has appeared in film and TV projects in both English and French speaking roles, in the U.S. and Europe. Noah is an active, out-door person; skiing, tennis, surfing, sailing, horseback riding are his fair weather favorites. Indoors he has an insatiable appetite for film. His favorite non-sporting pastimes are photography and music (he plays piano and guitar).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Place American
Genre Family drama Political thriller
Created by Gideon Raff
Developed by Howard Gordon Craig Wright
Starring Adam Rayner Jennifer Finnigan Ashraf Barhom Khaled Abol Naga Fares Fares Moran Atias Noah Silver Anne Winters Salim Daw Mehdi Dehbi Alice Krige Justin Kirk Melia Kreiling Chris Noth
Composer(s) Mychael Danna Jeff Danna
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 32 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Howard Gordon Gideon Raff Hugh Fitzpatrick Glenn Gordon Caron Christopher Keyser Avi Nir David Fury Michael Lehmann Peter Noah Ken Horton Craig Wright David Yates Ang Lee
Producer(s) Pavlina Hatoupis Gergo Balika Howard Ellis Adam Goodman Lahav Doron Dennis Hammer Khadija Alami Caglar Ercan Evrim Sanal Mustafa Uslu Ronald M. Bozman Avraham Karpick
Cinematography Attila Szalay Itai Ne'eman Avraham Karpick Chris Seager
Editor(s) Sang Han Garret Donnelly Don Broida Gerald Valdez Sondra Watanabe Jordan Goldman Matt Chessé Tanya M. Swerling
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 55 minutes (pilot) 43-55 minutes (regular)
Production company(s) Teakwood Lane Productions Keshet Broadcasting FX Productions (2014-15) FXP (2016) Fox 21 (2014) Fox 21 Television Studios (2015-16)
Distributor 20th Television
Original network FX
Picture format 480i (SDTV) 720p (HDTV)
Original release June 24, 2014 (2014-06-24) – September 7, 2016 (2016-09-07)

💰 Net worth: $20 Million

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Biography/Timeline

2013

The pilot episode has been criticized by some for Adam Rayner's lackluster performance, the show's depiction of the Middle East, and for being boring – others have said it is a nuanced performance in an understandably complicated role. Alan Sepinwall at HitFix labeled the show "messy", and criticized Adam Rayner's performance as Barry: "Rayner is so bland, so lacking in charisma in the role – Barry is by nature, a quieter, more reserved character, but there are ways to play silence that aren't remotely this dull – that it's baffling that Gordon and company would go to the trouble and risk the justifiable anger over the casting."

2014

The show's depiction of Jamal al-Fayeed as a rapist was also criticized. Maureen Ryan at The Huffington Post accused the show of using Jamal's sexual assaults to add "edge" and "atmosphere" to the show: "The women in these scenes are devices—they are there to create an atmosphere of danger or to move the plot along." The A.V. Club's Todd VanDerWerff also agreed that the sexual assaults were used as plot devices: "The pilot is far too cavalier about throwing around sexual assault as a plot point, even if it's trying to make a point about women's rights in Middle Eastern nations." He added that the scenes "leave a bad taste in the mouth".

2015

On January 13, 2015, Fox Home Entertainment released the first season of Tyrant on DVD. As of June 14, 2016, the 2nd season on DVD is available for purchase on Amazon, but is manufactured on demand. The third and final season was released on DVD on August 8, 2017.

2016

Season 3 episodes were also filmed in Budapest, Hungary (June 2016).